noun, plural pho·no·typ·ies.
Origin of phonotypy
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Phonotyp′ic, -al, of or belonging to a phonotype, or to phonotypy.
Phonotypy is a method of representing each of the elementary sounds by a distinct printed character or letter.Orthography
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the transcription of speech into phonetic symbols
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